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clinic better known to law enforcement as pill mills. georgia is one of those 42 states. the "wall street journal" reported the number of these clinics in georgia has grown to fewer than ten a few years ago to 125 across the state today. so the big question is, how do you control this? joining me now is georgia attorney general sam owens. thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. >> i know that florida has been cracking down on their pill mill problem and they've implemented these new regulation laws. and some -- some people in georgia say, well, let's go to georgia, that's the place to do it. why do you think is happening here? >> well, a lot relates to the size of the airport, the logistics, interstates in georgia. clearly this wasn't a problem two, three years ago when everything was occurring in florida. but as florida has, in fact, passed the necessary legislation, they then moved north. when georgia hopefully passes the legislation this coming year, with the session starting in about two weeks, it will then probably go north of us once again. it's a national problem. we need to lice
: and stanford is on their way to the rose bowl. and alabama and georgia batting for a spot in the national toot >> mike: stanford is headed to the rose bowl for the first time since 2000, beating ucla last night. they'll play the winner of the game between nebraska and wisconsin. quarterback kevin hogan was named the game's mvp, completing 16 of 22 passes for 155 yards and a touchdown. seth taylor became stanford's all-time leading yards. >> believed the guys in the locker room now. the guys we recruited, and we recruited thoad guys with that in mind. i've said at it million times, if you can get enough tough, smart, motivated individuals, in one locker room, that like to win, and everything they do, like to be successful, push themselves, push each other if you got that kind of locker room, you can beat anybody. >> mike: now the sec title game. alabama and georgia. winner gets a shot at notre dame for the national championship on january 7th. alabama is the defending national champion and them dogs don't want a repeat. late second quarter, bama trailing. lacy, 41-yard touchdown run. alabama le
with a georgia shot at the title on the line. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> number two alabama, number three georgia, do i really have to say more? how about the sec championship and national title game appearance to the winner. georgia lead by 11 late, but here came the crimson tide. aj, 45 yards to amari cooper. they came all the way back to take the lead. final drive for georgia, they have to go to the end zone to win. caught by chris conley who should have let it drop for another shot. time ran out. ball game over, alabama wins 32- 28. they move onto play notre dame in the championship. last night in palo alto, stanford punched its ticket to the rose bowl for the 2009 season. tied at 24 with ucla in the 4 4th. jordan williamson, he nails the go ahead and kick. so one last ditch effort for ucla to try and tie it but wide and short from 52, and stanford seals their rose bowl bid. military >> standing with my teammates on the podium, it kind of hit me, that we made it. >> it will l be -- it will be wisconsin or nebraska waiting for them. and the nod to the military bowl in washington dc, o opponent
and deciding college football games. >> mike: the bowl picture is cleared up. a.m. alabama and georgia faced up a, and nebraska battled for a shot a >> mike: stanford has their ticket punched to the rose bowl but had to wait for the winner between wisconsin and nebraska to fine out who they're opponent would be. taylor martinez avoids the sack. watch this. across the field. to the sidelines, cuts back to the middle of the field. finds daylight. he's gone. turns on the gentlemen an amazing 76-yard touchdown. but badgers pulled away. ball added to his record for most career touchdowns. the 16-yard run, 80th 80th touchdown, what a career. wisconsin wins 70-31. will face stanford in the rose bowl january 1st. what a game it will be. >> now the sec title game. alabama and georgia, winner getting a shot out notre dame, alabama is the defending champion. them dogs don't want to have them repeat. georgia special teams coming up big in the second quarter. williams blocks the field goal attempt. alex ogeltree scoops it up and is off the races for a touchdown. georgia up 21-10. late fourth quarter, alabam
the fiscal deadline negotiations with republican congressman paul broun of georgia. and the public -- and representative rick larsen host: with the house of representatives and the recess, the question being asked is, what happens next? "the washington times" says the collapse of plan b is a disaster for john boehner. an embarrassing setback for the republicans. "the wall street journal" says there are questions for john boehner to lead his party in further negotiations. 10 days before the looming fiscal cliff. this morning we will be taking your calls and comments. we will sort through what happens next. the phone lines are open. send us an e-mail, a facebook comment, or a tweet. let's look at the headlines from "the new york times." a similar headline this morning from "the washington post." maynard dropped the effort to avert the fiscal cliff. -- the john boehner drops the effort to avert the fiscal cliff. this from "the washington -- the wall street journal." the deadline looms with the fiscal cliff, that story available on line. joining us live, meredith who has been following
the act. and then the state of florida, the state of georgia, alabama and other states throughout the nation come along with tactics to make it hard, to make it difficult for people to participate. we should be making it easy and simple and open up the political process and let all of the people come in. amy goodman: explain what the voting rights act said. rep. john lewis: the voting rights act of 1965 said, in effect, that you cannot use a literary test, you cannot have a poll tax, you cannot use certain devices, you cannot harass, you cannot intimidate. and before you make any changes in election laws dealing with registration, changing a precinct, local lines for any political position, you have to get pre-clearance from the department of justice or the federal district court in washington, d.c. so, the state of florida, for an example, never sought to get clearance to purge. and they're hiding behind there may be fraud. that's their own. amy goodman: you were on that selma to montgomery march. this. can you explain what happened, as we go back, what, almost half a century now
the south carolina, like with georgia, is the heart of dixie, south carolina is the soul of dixie. so it's all about race. but then again, as i was watching this clip and i seen nikki haley embrace her minority status. niki's taught about a traditionally all-black school in orangeburg county. they had a business centered in the heart of the black community. so at some point in nikki haley's life she decide, and we jooerk, she wanted to be a white methodist woman so i'm glad to see her embracing her immigrant my neither roots. >> can i make a small tangent here? to me, nothing better shows the social construction of race than nikki haley, right? i was thinking about this when i saw her at the rnc. anyone turning on would say, this is a white woman, right? it calls to mind how constructed our conceptions of what is whiteness and what is blackness. >> and it does seem to me a big deal that we have a black senator from south carolina. >> it's a huge deal that we have a black senator from south carolina. from, you know, the deep south? who is a man, by the way, that got elected with 70% of th
older than i would like to admit, i graduated from morris brown college in georgia. it was due to a huge part for the omega boys club paying for my tuition and providing me as well as many first generation college students the opportunity to go on to college and graduate. so it wasn't just about talking the talk)v)vpñyñ in terms of how we eliminate violence and how we work to make changes andgwñ transformation in the community but it wasn[ñ?ñ? also about the action behind it. having the opportunity to go to school, go to high school, and knowing and understanding that ifc ?ñ? you're part of a program that will be able to pay your tuition, takes the stress=ñ?ñ? off a lot of our students and a lot of cp └u that provide a tangible opportunity for change. so we just want to thank dr. marshall and jack for the work they've done over the past 25 years and the work that they continue -- and not only did they pay college[@kw tuitions, not only do they continue to work in the community, as you see they're not here tonight,
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and moving away from tinseltown. we will take a look at why. >> per atlanta, georgia. there is reason to believe it is looking that way. georgia made 3.1 billion in and film production this year alone. some of your favorite shows shot in 50 georgia counties. big question. why georgia? we went to a set here in atlanta to find out. >> when it kim to this movie, john travolta and robert deniro, they had a choice to make and hollywood was not the 0. >> they found a deep and experienced crew base and had to bring very, very few people to the atlanta area to built our crew. >> they were not the first to pack up and head east. a recent study shows that los angeles county lost more than 16,100 movie-related shobs between 2004 and 2011. jobs lured away from louisiana, new york, north carolina and georgia where they get big tax breaks for filming in georgia can be as much as 30%. chris bagwell who runs a filming complex has seen the difference. >> we had 15 different shows and that ranges from networks and cable and pilots which when they make the first episode of the show. >> filming in georgi
the roll. quorum call: the presiding officer: the senator from georgia. mr. isakson isakson: happy new , mr. president. mr. president, i rise to talk on the no, ma'am station -- the presiding officer: the senate's in a quorum call. mr. isakson: i ask unanimous consent the quorum call be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. the senator from georgia. mr. isakson: mr. president, i rise to speak for just a moment about the nominee for commissioner of f.h.a., carol galante, whom i had opposed earlier in the year because of some concerns about what the f.h.a. may or may not do. but of no concern whatsoever for her qualifications or ability. she is coming up in the second vote today and i just want to put on the record my wholehearted support of the senate reaching the 60 votes necessary to confirm her appointment. and i want to tell you why. there are some people in the chamber who justifiably have some difficult imernz the f. -- difficult concerns about the f.h.a., its liability on insurance and the fact it's bearing so much of the burden on housing finance. but that's not t
for us to assume. >> the georgia governor on what needs to be fixed before obama care becomes law. then regulation nation. while the president promises green energy, environmental rules have choked the industry and sent millions to the unemployment lines. >> he is bound and determined to have that level of taxation out of the country. >> the new taxes that lie ahead. and getting married? buying a new home? >> family is the basic economic building block of the country. >> why the best time to do it is now. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike hukabee. >> hello, everybody and welcome. delighted to have you here. what a great audience. welcome to "huckabee" from the fox news studios in new york city. as we wrap up 2012 and get ready for 2013, happy to have you with us. now tonight we are going to take a look ahead and look at some of the key issues that will impact us in the new year. first, let's look back at some of the most memorable quotes from last year. the president is going to be sworn in for his second term in a few weeks. so what will four more years of obama bring? he ga
americans to vote: 13-term democratic congressmember john lewis of georgia. he was a leader of the civil rights movement who marched side by side with dr. martin luther king. he served as chair of the student nonviolent coordinating committee, helped organize the freedom rides and spoke at the 1963 march on washington. he has been arrested more than 40 times and has just written a new book called across that vision for change. he visited us in our studio, and i asked congressmember lewis about the voter purge in florida, where the justice department had sued to block republican governor rick scott's controversial effort to remove thousands of registered voters from the rolls, using an outdated drivers' license database to ostensibly identify non-citizens registered to vote. rep. john lewis: it is unreal, it is unbelievable, that at this time in our history, 47 years after the voting rights act was passed and signed into law, that we're trying to go backward. i think there is a systematic, deliberate attempt on the part of so many of these states-not just florida, but it's all across the
you. [applause] >> take us to the back woods of georgia where i believe it's the first week of hunting season. in 1955, the spanish explorer desocietio arrived in south that >> with wild pigs in tow. in 2004 in georgia a 12 foot, hundred thousand pound pig was killed. it's unclear whether this pig, hog zila got that big while grazing in the wild or whether he was fed peanuts farm fed or 43 range. when the pigs flair a griffin was asked why he had to shoot the pig. griffin said, because i couldn't believe it was so big. i grew up 20 miles away in a town that put martin luther king in jail for a few nights in 1963. when they heard the story of hog zila i wondered why people killed things they don't understand. i would like to read hog zila this is the first timei've read this part one is what i'm reading today. killer of kid and faun, muddy wallower trichinosis and tick. trap smart, nonnative gar gant wan flea bag you root in the oak brush of bogs and swamp. if we killed you now, hog zila, if we took aim for your belly with our cross bow or laser sight and pulled a trigger or
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an armenian in early september. and i also stopped in georgia and met with the president. when i talked to these leaders, iran was one of the things that came up at the very beginning, because they'll feel the influence and the aggressive attitude underneath cover so to speak of iran. in particular, i think azerbaijan feels a great deal of concern, and when i talked to the president, members of parliament and others, it was readily apparent to me that they thought that there ought to be closer ties between azerbaijan and the united states, and georgia, and hopefully armenia. because iran is really trying to destabilize or undermine those governments are we believe that is their long-term goal. iran has been involved in terrorism as we know for some time. it's partly unique in that area. we have seen the i-beam regime operating through organizations such as republican guard and employ such tactics around the globe including right here in washington, d.c. however, the proximity of the south caucasus to iran as well as strong relationship with armenia, azerbaijan and georgia. have with bot
to the beltway. not a backup on the inner loop. but a slowdown georgia avenue. you can see the flashing lights there on the right side of your screen. aaron, erika? >> thank you, mike. now let's go to melissa mollet with breaking news. >> syrian warplanes are raiding a damascus province. one civilian killed, dozens hurt and homes destroyed. on thursday, at least 142 people were killed. 45,000 killed since the uprising started in march of last year. at the live desk, melissa mollet. >>> u.s. diplomats are being told to get out of an african country because of rising violence there. the state department is shutting the doors on its embassy in the central african republic. this as rebels seize at least ten towns in the northern part of the country. leaving the capital city in fear of an attack. 40 were reportedly flown to kenya. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton will return to work next week after being sidelined by illness for the past few weeks. she's kept a low profile after suffering from a stomach virus and then a concussion she reportedly sustained after fainting. she had to cancel an
the floor. a senator: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from georgia. mr. isakson: i rise to make fewer separate stations, congressmen dayses, i ask unanimous consent the clerk be instructed to show them separately in the record. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. isakson: december of every even numbered year is a sad time. because of outcomes, time takes over, some of our members go and some company. it's important we take the time to recognize those who served so long and so well and served each of us. individuals like jon kyl of arizona, the whip for the republican minority in the united states senate. a great american, a great arizonan who carries a tremendous burden, too. one is trying to herd cats known as the republican conference and the's is being junior senator to john mccain. jon kyl does it in the right way. he has the temperament of a leader. he adopted 38 legislative years from the georgia legislature to the united states congress. i've known a lot of whips, a lot who cracked the whip, who were ineffective and very few who were effective and jon ky
on the rose bowl. alabama in a tight one, goes to the national championship game after beating georgia. kansas state beats texas. they clinch the big 12 title outright and a bcs bid. florida state in a much closer game than anticipated, wins the acc championship and move on to a bcs bowl. congratulations to jimbo fisher and his crew. >> gus: martinez to the sideline. underthrows kenny bell. playing for pride right now if you're nebraska. trying to finish out. disappointing outcome. as the coaches always say, it's important to play to the final whistle. rex burkhead, not a lot of room around that right side. warren herring with the tackle. >> charles: we're talking now rose bowl, stanford/wisconsin. >> gus: what a game that could be. >> charles: this is the old through the looking glass and they see each other and it looks awfully familiar. it's good that both of them will get a month off before they play because i'm telling you, when they line up and kick it off -- >> gus: there will be broken glass everywhere. martinez underneath. jamal turner. it will be interesting to see chase thomas, reyn
through southeastern georgia and the carolinas, especially the coast, where we could see more tornadoes develop today. we have haeavy rain from wester south carolina and georgia area and albany area and will continue to spread and we have heavy rain through illinois and indiana and will bring blizzard conditions to ohio and lake ontario as well. here's a chance of seeing them develop today. eastern north carolina, eastern south carolina and even just severe thunderstorms where we could get wind gusts 50 to 70 miles an hour. here's where our snow is going to be. we are looking for perhaps a foot of snow through ohio and northwestern pennsylvania and northwestern new york state. on top of that, we could see wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour. blizzard conditions will be felt through the great lakes region. >> good thing in terms of what we're feeling so far, we don't have snow on those trees in many spots. >> that's a good point, snow on trees and wind, we could be talking about more damage. that's not the case. >>> holiday sales highs and lows and instagram's legal troubles and where folk
southeastern georgia and will eventually move into the carolinas especially the coast where we would see more tornadoes develop today. heavy rain from western north carolina and to south carolina and into the albany-georgia area continues to spread eastward but we have heavy snow falling through northern indiana and will bring blizzard like conditions to portions of ohio, especially lakeshore of lake ontario as well. here's the best chance of seeing the tornadoes develop today. eastern north carolina and eastern south carolina and severe thunderstorms where we could get wind gusts up to 70 miles an hour. we are looking for perhaps a foot of snow through ohio and northwestern pennsylvania and western new york state. on top of that, we could see wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour and blizzard conditions are felt through the great lakes region. >> good thing in terms of snow on the trees in many spots. >> that's a good point because snow on many trees and winds, we could be talking about more damage. that's not the case. >> holiday woes everywhere and instagram in legal troubles. >>> plus, she's
senator isakson from georgia's going to be very involved in that. i hope to be involved with that. my guess is the presiding officer is going to be involved in that. and yet today, my sense is we need to go ahead and have someone who's actually running f.h.a. to cause it to work better. and i hope my colleagues on this side of the aisle, as many as can, will join in, give her strong support today and then work closely with her to cause f.h.a. to be the kind of place that it ought to be. and it certainly -- i agree with the senator from georgia -- shouldn't have the market share that it has today. but a big part of that, again, a big part of that has to do with our inaction in this body and our inability to -- to thus far deal with g.s.e. so i hope many will join in supporting carol galante. with, that mr. president, i yield the floor. -- with that, mr. president, i yield the floor. mrs. boxer: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from california. mrs. boxer: mr. president, how much time remains on either side on this nomination? the presiding officer: 13 minutes for the m
delays. we will send it over to georgia let us at bwi -- over to georgia at bwi. >> the weather has made traveling difficult in and out of baltimore delays. delays and cancellations continue at this hour. for those lucky enough to get on a plan today, they tell me it was a scary right. >> it was one of those days to travel but mother nature had other ideas. >> we decided to spend christmas in las vegas. today the odds were not with us. >> this family's flight from las vegas to baltimore made it but their final leg to connecticut was like the more the victim hundred flights nationwide on wednesday -- canceled because of a massive winter storm. >> we are happy to be on the ground. it was kind of rough up there. we are sort of a grateful to be here. >> bw i airport experienced on average 1-2 hour departure delays because of the first winter mix of the season. the weather here improve but nationwide travel did not, causing visitors to remind -- wonder when their return flights would take off. like is that expect delays some -- >> it was it6:55 now at 9:20. >> it was a chance to get those sno
and that threat of severe weather will now go into georgia and into the carolinas. and you can see where that snow is falling. we do have heavier snow right now through northern arkansas and moving into southeastern missouri and also into southern illinois as well. so here is this area of low pressure and it is slowly going to move up to the northeast. so eventually, washington, d.c. and up into southern new bland england, we will start to see more or less rain move in. the snow is going to move into the western side of the storm system.but you can also see the heavier line of thunderstorms moving through southern georgia. we also have tornado watches. and that threat is going to push into the east coast of the carolinas. we could see isolated tornadoes again possible. on top of that, we are looking at possibly perhaps up to a foot of snow, especially off the shores of lake ontario and lake erie with 6 to 12 inches possible in southern indiana. that's a look at the weather across the country. now, here's a peek out your window. in boston, about 37 degrees, but that rain is going to take hold later
enforcement training center in brunswick, georgia, theyoused blank ammunitions -- . >> freeze! >> reporter: and real actors. >> you can't simulate people. you have to use people to simulate behavior. >> reporter: 60,000 federal agents a year come to the 1600- acre site complete with mock airplanes, bars, and a test track and the important thing is location. no embankments, no brims, and no congestion. terror aent -- events from the pass like a sarin gas subway attack are rehearsed alongside potential future attacks like prime vised explosive devices. >> and we're not pre-- we're prepared domestically we'll be prepared for a threat in the united states. >> reporter: it's only part of the mission. >> we can't afford to just respond to incidents anymore. we have to prevent things from happens. >> reporter: in light of last week, you can tell there is a real sense of urgency working to prevent future attacks. in brunswick, georgia, steve hairy gan, fox news. >>> controversial airport scanners are under review. the national academy of sciences is studying the affects of radiation from the machi
for their third day with a total $20,850, they're from woodstock, georgia, it's the ianitello family. [cheering and applause] and straight out of dublin georgia, it's the davis family. [cheering and applause]
. >> yep. >> terrifying moments as two people crash through a georgia jewelry store. look. >> [ bleep ]. >> i'm -- >> oh, my god! >> [ inaudible ]. >> that's a minivan that came crashing through a jewelers in athens, georgia. reports say the driver of the van made a right-hand turn into the parking lot and crashed right through. the driver claims that something from her back seat rolled up front and jammed underneath her brake pedal. fortunately looks like the van didn't hit anybody. there were multiple angles of this crash and someone was hit. check out this angle. a 63-year-old customer sitting down in the bottom right-hand of your screen, as she's being helped by one of the employees, has no clue what's about to hit her right in the back. >> oh, my gosh! that didn't miss her at all. it hit her smack in the back. >> catapulted her about 15 feet. she was transported and released from the hospital. some reports say about 12 stitches to the back of her head. the window frame hit her in the back of the head if you can believe that. >> it's unbelievable she just needed stitches. that's m
evolvement will help a state like georgia? >> well, i think it's listening to the people that i know and care about. that's how a genuine change occurs. i happen to have a friend of mine, a woman named lee schrader who i have known since practicing law in 1995. i also know her wife melinda, and they're a wonderful couple. they invited me to their wedding that new york. and i was conflicted. i did not go because i would have felt like a hypocrite. it did make me think more and more. then i talked to my dad and he and i talked and i also talked to my chief of staff who is a very religious woman. and i concluded that there is a difference between marriage and civil unions and rights that come with marriage. and that if you really believe in equal protection, then gay and lesbian couples deserve the same equal protection under the constitution as i do, or you do. >> as we look at the georgia constitution, though, there is amendment 1 which forbids marriage equality. what does that mean in georgia? are you going to work to amend that constitutional law? >> i think it sends a significant signal as
environment. some of you know three of our member publishers, when georgia state moved from printed course packs as materials for higher education courses to e reserves they made another change, stopped paying a penny for anything put up on the reserves no longer how long it was an it is since 2006 not a penny has been paid and because the georgia state was in the view of publishers and out liar in that, because we have understood and we think many people have understood that copyright is agnostic or the same rules would apply whether we are talking print for digital, that is what led to this particular litigation. there is all this vagueness and difficulty in deciding what is fair use and you can run through four factors but the bottom line is this is hard to figure out in many cases but in some cases clearer than others. in the cases where large amounts of material are being used semester after semester after semester, not paid in any amount no matter how long the lange, that becomes an issue for copyright boaters and for both the publishers and the authors and that is the gist of why th
to succeed hillary clinton as secretary of state. but senator johnny isaacson of georgia said he would not confirm her. why? >> i don't think she is confirmable right now because of the lack of information we have on the entire benghazi issue, from the administration. susan rice is the tip of the sphere. the administration has put her there. there are unanswered questions why we didn't have security for christy veins, why we couldn't get security there why it took so long to admit it was terrorist attack. so the president has putter in a difficult position, floating her name as secretary of state but not nominating her and having her come to thisol and do interviews with unanswered questions. it's unfair. >> are you making her the scapegoat, senator? >> no. we're trying to get the answers. every single member, even senator graham and senator mccain came back and said they're willing to listen to her. they have had a difficult meeting this week. susan collins still has questions. i have questions, and i'm sure the american people do. so we need to get the benghazi situation behind us, g
members who have been supporting, with the -- certificate later on but michelle an tone, georgia pratt williams, arin hall, a teacher who isn't here who was supporting way before i was even in the program. so thank you so much for all your -- and all the parents that showed up tonight thank you so much for coming and supporting. >> ?s >> i also wanted to mention that i had an opportunity to attend this assembly last week, and learned there were 550 different tribes in the united states, 280 different languages spoken, 20 of them spoken in california. and we did learn ac5ssj little sign language which was -- i hope i don't get this wrong. so correct me, ladies, if i'm wrong. education is not the enemy. so i hope i did thatwwwpoÑ<1 rightl[!go> continuing on, this is for superintendent carranza82k> j.%móx1 jrotc. >> i'd like to call ram ileoto the podium regarding the lowell high school second place finish in the national 2011-12 symposium and academic bowl. first sergeant. >>[!n?
, cooper moved from tennessee to georgia to teach during world war one and sydney cooper remembers she was very passionate about learning. >> she kept up with politics, read the paper every day and later when tv came on she watched the news on television. >> she was also a pioneer in the women's suffrage movement. >> i think she understood that it was not right, women could not vote and have a voice in this country and this democracy that we had. >> what was the event, out of all of those years, what was the biggest event that had the most impact? >> i think it would have been the depression. that was a very difficult time. taught them to be very frugal. they didn't waste anything. >> never in her life did besse cooper have a driver's license so she never got the opportunity to drive over this bridge that was named after her just outside her hometown in georgia. she did, though, at one point drive during a time when you didn't need a license and the only car she ever drove, the model t. >> after my father died, she was 68 years old and she wanted to drive, but she lived in the country
in 1896 -- moved from tennessee to georgia to teach during world war i. and "sidney cooper" remembers -- she was passionate about learning. "she kept up with politics, read the paper every day, and later when tv came on, she watched the news on television." she was also a pioneer in the women's suffrage movement. "i think she understood that that was just not right, that women did not vote, could not have a voice in this country, in this democracy that we have. and for it, getting women involved and once it was opened up to them, she wanted them to get out and vote." "what was the event? out of all of those years, what was the biggest event that had the most impact on her?" "i think it would have been very difficult time. it frugal. they didn't waste anything." "never in her life did besse cooper ever have a driver's license. so, she never got over this bridge that was named after her just outside her hometown here in georgia. she did, though, at one point drive. during a license. and the only car she ever drove? the model was 68 years old, and she said she wanted to start drive becau
force in syria. >>> plus christmas miracle, a van smashes into a busy georgia jewelry store. how no one was serious lip hurt. >>> and the cute cubs now in the spotlight at the san diego zoo. >>> what is cool about your school, you can submit your nomination on our web site cbssf.com/cool school and we may come out and feature your school on our show. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients, from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars, everyone survived. this happened in the atlanta . >>> a mini van slams into a jewelry store and everyone survived but not the wall there. this happened in the atlanta area. the store owner looked up and saw the hood of a car coming through the wind
to georgia to teach during world war i and sydney cooper remembers she was very passionate about learning. >> she kept up with politics, read the paper every day and later, when tv came only, she'd watch the news on television. >> reporter: she was also a pioneer in the women's suffrage movement. >> i think she understood that it was just not right that women could not vote. could not have a voice in this country, in this democracy that we have. >> reporter: what was the event, out of all of those years, what was the biggest event that had the most impact on her? >> i think it would have been the depression. that was a very difficult time. and it taught her to be very frugal. they didn't waste anything. >> reporter: never in her life did bess cooper ever have a driver's license. so she never got the opportunity to drive over this bridge. it was named after her just outside her hometown here in georgia. she did, though, at one point, drive during a time when you didn't need a license. and the only car she ever drove, the model t. >> the day after my father died, she was 68 years old and sa
for the holidays. this was the scene of ft. s t stewart in savannah, georgia. >>> they're members of the greatest generation and they're dying at a staggering rate, nearly a thousand a day, and with them their first-hand accounts of world war ii are being lost to history. in the first of two parts we meet one of those vets, mortgage witzmann. this is his account of pearl harbor and the surrender to japan. >> 1941 a date that will live in infamy. >> i actually enlisted in january of 1943. i would have brn drafted anyway, but i was anxious to get after the people who started that whole war after pearl harbor. so i found mooits on board a troop ship in december of 1943 on its way to south hampton, england. my name is mort waitzman. i was actually designed to a communications intercept place where we intercepted german radio to help break down the german enigma code. >> inengland, general dwight d. eisenhower and his commanders chart the -- >> as d-day approached, our job, our mission was to board ship and be prepared for d-day whenever it actually took place, and we soon found it it was supposed to
to thousands of companies every week. i would definitely say this is a fruitful business. georgia.. this fight happened at a bus stop in >>> that's a father telling witnesses not to stop this girl fight in georgia. the fight happened at a bus stop in georgia with a couple of 7 7th grade girls. one girl gets out of a van at a bus stop and immediately fighting with the student. the neighbor eventually broke up the fight. >> it broke my heart to know that parents would allow this to happen. and for my child to be there with nobody. >> the parents who dropped off their daughter at the bus stop have been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and they have charged the father with battery. >> that's a tough one. >> and everything's on video tape. >>> switching gears now, 6:16, let's get a check on the road. >> it is starting to get busy out there. in fact they just turned the metering lights on at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is backed up through there so extra time needed as you head to the bay bridge towards the east shore forecast. not backed up to the maize yet. -- freeway
yield back my time. >> i yield five minutes to my friend from georgia, a hard- working member of the house rules committee. >> the gentleman from georgia is recognized for five minutes. >> i thank my colleague for yielding me the time. when folks back home ask what is wrong with this place, i will start pay -- playing them a clip of this debate. there is a serious topic on the floor right now. i do not think there is a man or woman in this room with a voting card who does not think this is a serious issue for our economy, for working families, and for small businesses who were counting on bring us out of this recession. as we are down here trying to have that discussion, in the short 11 days we have to sort that out, i hear that our tax package, that does exactly what the president asks, though not as much as he asks for -- it chooses winners or losers, which i do not agree with. it does that. when i ran as a part of his freshman class, i said let's make things more simple here. we know what happens at the end of the it. is anybody who watches this process in december knows th
interesting. his mother was the limit -- was the illegitimate child of george .he first appeare georgia guston's was a brigadier in the british army. he was a here reahero to the co. he was democratic. he did not wear the red color. he had things that were not as easy to see in awards. highlight him so much. when he was killed, they put a memorial tablet to him in massachusetts assembly, the house. they put this tablet in westminster abbey. and the family was enormously impressed by this. he was the hero of his two younger brothers. and his two younger brothers, one was the commander of the british navy at that time. william howe was the general at bunker hill and others. they did not want to win the revolution unless they won it in a way that made it possible for the americans and the british to have an effective and solid union. i think he wanted to win it in a way that the americans would say, well, we have been outmaneuvered or we cannot win this. but he did not want anything that was an inconclusive bloody mess. unfortunately for the british, that meant that he did not always fire as anot
congressman jack kingston of georgia is here to define his party's message on assault weapons. and congresswoman carolyn mccarthy reacts to the president's statement. >>> social security is officially on the table in fiscal cliff negotiations. david cay johnston tells me if there is any way that makes any sense. >>> and senator bernie sanders on how progressives intend to fight. plus, bob shrum and joan walsh on plan b. >>> and a real scare in syria turns into a real happy ending. tonight we'll tell you how nbc's richard engel escaped from his kidnappers. >> i'm very happy that we're here this morning. >> thanks for watching. it may be a rare moment in gun history, but the nation is focused on gun control following the massacre in connecticut. the national rifle association finally broke its silence on the newtown shooting. a statement released today by the organization said, in part, the nra is prepared to offer meaningful contributions to help make sure this never happens again. the language is similar to president obama's call for meaningful action, but contribution from th
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